Cabinet, Equipment, Glass, Sandblasting, Supply

Small Sand Blast Units

You know this website theme is the sandblasting technique. According to Wikipedia: “Sandblasting is a generic term for the process of smoothing, shaping and cleaning a hard surface by forcing solid particles across that surface at high speeds; the effect is similar to that of using sandpaper, but provides a more even finish with no problems at corners or crannies.”

This technique is broadly used for many industrial processes and purposes. Normally these processes, due their industrial quality, require the use of larfe sandblasting equipments. But probably if you have reached this article is because you are more interested in small sand blast units, Mainly for different reasons:

  • Your industrial processes are not high demanding and you don’t need a large equipment.
  • Or because you enjoy a hobby that requires the use of the sandblasting technique and small units are better for you.

You can also find in the sandblasting market more specialized units. For example, if you need more a micro abrasive work. This means that you require a precision, micro sand blasting material. There are equipments that posses many different applications but the main characteristic of these systems is that they combine microscopically fine powders with high-pressure air to form an abrasive mixture. The mixture is then directed through a precisely machined nozzle forming a highly abrasive stream.

This website is merely informative. If you are interested in knowing more about these small units or purchasing small sandblasting equipment, please feel free to explore the different sections and links of this website.


  1. Hello Halcott,

    I am looking for a method of making my special vortex pipes with a spiral insert, shine and be clean enough to drink water from once vortexed through the unit made of copper. My units are from half inch diameter to four inch diameter pipes and so far it is not yet a big industrial thousand unit per month; but we will get there. My former supplier used muriatic acid but I like my new supplier to use some other method. What can you advice? Greetings, Mikael

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